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Shopping in Stevenage

new and exciting shopping and leisure opportunities for residents and consumers


Over 40 food & beverage outlets


More than 50 nationally known retail brands


unique, independent retailers

Something for everyone

Something for everyone

Our retail offering

Stevenage has a number of distinct shopping areas including the Roaring Meg, Town Centre, Leisure Park and the Old Town, each of which offer a range of different brands and amenities to suit all retail and leisure needs.

While the national retail market has suffered over the past decade, shopping in Stevenage has remained robust with new additions arriving to the town on a regular basis. In the past few months we’ve welcomed PureGym, Marks & Spencer and Cake Box to Stevenage, with many more to follow as part of the regeneration programme.

Stevenage is home to a range of major brands including:

Town centre outlet areas

Town centre outlet areas

Leisure facilities for all ages

The major, £1bn regeneration programme will introduce a range of new brands and leisure outlets to the town’s central areas.

On top of the retailers currently based here that are listed above, Stevenage also offers a range of leisure facilities including Hollywood Bowl, Cineworld – including one of 21 ‘4DX’ cinemas in the UK, Lost World Golf and much more.

Town centre outlet areas

Town centre outlet areas

Shopping in Stevenage – the future

The wider regeneration project is aligned with studies like ‘The Grimsey Review’ that governing bodies to deliver ‘mixed-use’ schemes with a combination of retail, commercial, residential and leisure facilities occupying central areas, naturally leading to a greater demand for services, retailers and more from the larger population of people living and working within our town centre.

Regeneration map

Find out about our completed and upcoming plans